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Visiting a Psychotherapist –Is it that hard?

Mar 3rd 2015 at 2:52 AM

Although you may have a good relationship with your family and friends, a relationship in which you can talk about anything, sometimes you just need to talk about some issues with someone else. There are some questions and problems which you would like to take up with a professional, either with a psychologist or a psychotherapist.

You may think that going to a psychologist in Stockholm may be a hard thing to do, however, there are many places specialized in helping people who are in need of this kind of help. Many places have years of experience in helping adolescents and young adults as well; they are familiar with the types of issues that the young people face. They would understand the problems and help in trying to fix it in order to move forward.

Usually, the first time meeting would help determine the time needed in therapy. It also helps in setting the first plan which would be followed in the road towards therapy and healing. The first step may be the hardest, but it will help define the rest of the road. Some time is needed in order to create a change; this does not happen automatically and in no time. When the contact by means of the patient, mostly young adults, is structured, then this will have in changing perspective and trying new strategies so that the old patterns are broken.

Most commonly, a psychotherapist and a patient would meet a total of 15 times: 3 meetings will be an exploratory phase, and the other 12 times will be for treatment. Most of the patients will be back on their feet by that time, however, some may choose to keep coming for the meetings a few more times for checking and support. Still, a number of may be facing issues that would need a longer time to treat.

In the end, if someone is facing a problem, it wouldn’t be wrong to ask for help. By visiting a psychologist or a psychotherapist, there will be no strings attached. The person will see how things are done, and then will decide on his or her own whether this would be something that he or she would like to do. The person visiting can even bring a friend or a family member if it would make the visit more comfortable.

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